- Nov 1, 2002
I'd say there will lots of calls for him to do so in a reconvened parliament and if he doesn't then he will be subject to much scrutiny it's very damaging even if he doesn't step down over it. I wouldn't have that much hope for the parliament either really over brexit and allot more chaotic fudge is probably to be expected but this is at least some kind of movement and specifically against the Boris Cummings etc and the porugament which was setting a new precedent. I dunno really what will happen but fair play to the SNP for bringing this case to the courts one the more reasonable partys over there I think.I mean what are the consequences
Is he going to forced to resign or is this just like all the relentless but ineffectual calls to impeach Trump?
At least they have ended the porugament via the Scottish and supreme court's. Surprising that you are defending a union based on monarchy when you are usually outspoken against.LOL they're not reasonable, they literally want to break up the UK and not privatize everything. They're great!
Any Labour supporter should be thanking the SNP who are also most likely the only party that would be willing to form a coalition government with Labour. Although I would expect the SNP to gain seats in an upcoming election I wouldn't say the same for Labour.I'm not defending it, i'm saying I like unreasonable parties .
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